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MSNBC
Jul 16, 2011 2:00am PDT
murdoch scandal continues. first rebeck ka brooks the head of his newspaper operations resigned. then late this afternoon we learn that the ceo of here is stepping down. can murdoch stop the scandal from completing overwhelming his empire. and finally cue mar and in harold and cue mar leaving the white house for a reoccurring role in "how i met your mother." that's in the side show. tonight's question, who's holding up the agreement? congressman chris van hollen is a democratic from maryland. he joins me now. he's in on the biden talks when those were the center of the debt ceiling negotiations. congressman, we know at this point how this is going on the end. some sort of raise to the debt ceiling, some sort of cuts, but not the grand bargain. do you feel as if your party is politically in a better position today than a week ago when these talks began? >> chuck, i don't know what the end game is going to be. could take another turn. i'm not sure exactly where all the dynamics between the house and the senate are right now. what i do know is that the president said today that he still held
MSNBC
Jul 17, 2011 7:00am EDT
brooks, the head of newspaper operations on the other side of the pond resigned. and late this afternoon, we learned the ceo of dow jones, which publishes murdoch's "the wall street journal" here in america is stepping down. can murdoch himself stop the scandal completely overwhelming his empire? findly, kumar, as in harold and kumar, is leaving the white house for a recurring role on "how i met your mother." that's the sideshow. first, who's holding up the agreement? congressman chris van holland is a democrat from maryland. he joins me now. he was in on the biden talks when those were the center of the debt ceiling negotiations. congressman, let me start with this. we know, i guess at this point, how this is going to end, some sort of raise in the debt ceiling, some form of cuts, but not the grand bargain. do you feel as if your party politically is in a better position today than it was a week ago when these talks begin? >> chuck, i don't know exactly what the end game is going to be. it could play out the way you talked about. it could take another turn. i'm not sure exactly where al
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